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Electrical Explosions

Working in an area with a lot of electrical outlets can be a stressful thing. You need to know what kind of events can happen that might affect your health. An electrical explosion is an abrupt release of energy as a result of a short circuit in some of the outlet lines.

When this short circuit happens, there can be a lot of small explosions that happen one right after the other that all lead up to a larger explosion. Because there is such a large release of energy, this can often cause other explosions that will lead to fires starting around the area that the explosion happened.

Depending on how large the first explosion is, will determine exactly how many volts of energy were surged through the system. The more volts that surged through the system, the more damage it most likely did your overall electrical system. If enough volts of energy run through your system, there is a possibility that you could blow a transformer from the area. This means that you could possibly cut off the electricity for the entire surrounding neighborhood. When the transformer is blown, there can be many other things that could happen. There could be a fire because of the damage to the transformer. This could cause other explosions because of where the transformer is positioned. The more electricity that flows through the system, the worse the effects may be in the long run.

For more information, contact the Texas Explosion Lawyers of Williams and Kherkher at 800-761-3187.

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